Justice Africa is an advocacy organisation and research institute founded in 1999 to campaign for human rights and social justice across Africa. Justice Africa contributes to understanding and resolving some of the most pressing issues on the continent, by means of conferences, media work, publications, direct engagement with policy makers, as well as initiating and supporting civil society activities for peace, justice and democracy in Africa.
Justice Africa has become one of the most distinctive and individual voices for Africa and has achieved this because it is run by, for and with Africans and African communities; guided by the Pan-African slogan: “Nothing for me without me”.
Our current programme in South Sudan provides capacity building support to South Sudanese civil society organisations in carrying out their activities to guarantee civil rights, pluralism, social justice, accountability, the rule of law and peace at a time of instability and a complex transition to democracy.
To find out more about our programme in South Sudan please see the following link South Sudan Current Programmes.